Staying in the heart of the charming ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH we have dedicated the whole time free for you to explore. Greenwich is compact so its easy to discover world-class attractions, royal connections and its rich history, with everything in walking distance.
Here are some options you may like to consider:
National Maritime Museum where you can discover epic stories of exploration and endeavour that have shaped our world today. You’ll see all sorts of naval artefacts and gadgets, even Lord Nelson’s uniform.
Royal Observatory where the meridian line runs through the courtyard and from here you can get some of the best views of London across to Canary Wharf, to the Shard and London Eye.
Old Royal Naval College and its incredible baroque Painted Hall.
Greenwich Markets regarded as one of London’s best, they are packed with art, antiques, fashion, jewellery, handmade gifts and delicious street food from all over the world.
The Cutty Sark is the most famous tea clipper ship in the world, its beautifully conserved and now an award winning attraction.
Greenwich Peninsula is fast becoming the capital’s most modern, bold destination. Its just 8 minutes away and is home to the O2, famous as a music, sport, comedy and entertainment venue. Also here is the ICON Shopping Outlet, IFS CLOUD cable car, UK’s first urban cable car that crosses the Thames with spectacular views.
For anyone that wants to explore further why not take one of the regular river boats from Greenwich Pier into central London.